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Wedgewood Men’s Results

1. Sam Farmer, Ron Jones, Jim Mendenhall, Jose Ramos, Phil Considine -5.

2. Roger Bratland, Ed Hodge, Ken Lieske, Ken Franz -5.

3. Ron Bogle, Wes Brooks, Ed Graf, Jim Steele -4.

CLOSET TO PIN — Gary Eilert. LONGEST PUTT — Jim Steels.

Next play — Tuesday.


2021-22 NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches'

Top 25 Poll – Preseason


1;1;Keiser (Fla.) [18];19-2-2;498

2;2;William Carey (Miss.);19-1-1;482

3;3;Spring Arbor (Mich.);15-2-2;466

4;4;Marian (Ind.);21-3;450

5;5;Tennessee Southern (Tenn.);18-1;431

6;5;Southeastern (Fla.);17-2-1;421

7;7;Central Methodist (Mo.);20-4-1;400

8;8;Cumberlands (Ky.);18-2;386

9;9;John Brown (Ark.);14-0-1;371

10;10;Eastern Oregon;8-2-3;354

11;12;Indiana Wesleyan;10-3-3;326

12;11;Columbia (Mo.);15-3-1;323

13;13;Oklahoma Wesleyan;18-3;311

14;14;Grace (Ind.);12-6-1;292

15;15;Aquinas (Mich.);14-3;271

16;16;Lindsey Wilson (Ky.);10-4;265

17;17;Baker (Kan.);12-6-1;232

18;18;Westmont (Calif.);7-5;221

19;19;Oregon Tech;12-1-1;214

20;20;Cumberland (Tenn.);10-4;194

21;21;Missouri Valley;13-8;170

22;22;Briar Cliff (Iowa);12-3-2;130

23;23;Reinhardt (Ga.);16-2;117

24;24;Cardinal Stritch (Wis.);11-2-1;110

25;25;Benedictine (Kan.);11-6-2;98

Others Receiving Votes: Northwestern Ohio 75, Georgia Gwinnett 71, Trinity Christian (Ill.) 49, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.) 48, Middle Georgia State 46, Ottawa (Ariz.) 35, Kansas Wesleyan 20, Science & Arts (Okla.) 14, Vanguard (Calif.) 10, Truett McConnell (Ga.) 9, College of Idaho 6, The Master's (Calif.) 3.

2021-22 NAIA Men's Soccer Coaches'

Top 25 Poll – Preseason


1;1;Missouri Valley [17];18-4-2;467

2;2;Oklahoma Wesleyan;21-3-1;452

3;3;Central Methodist (Mo.);22-2-0;436

4;4;Columbia (Mo.);16-3-0;422

5;5;Keiser (Fla.);16-2-1;407

6;6;Cumberlands (Ky.);12-5-2;392

7;7;St. Thomas (Fla.);14-6-0;376

8;8;Bellevue (Neb.);16-5-2;362

9;9;Mid-America Christian (Okla.);15-4-3;345

10;10;Bethel (Tenn.);13-2-0;326

11;11;Dalton State (Ga.);12-1-1;318

12;12;Lindsey Wilson (Ky.);11-4-2;296

13;13;William Carey (Miss.);11-2-1;294

14;14;Indiana Tech;18-2-1;273

15;15;University of Northwestern Ohio;11-4-0;255

16;16;Georgia Gwinnett;10-2-2;238

17;17;MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.);11-7-2;216

18;18;Mobile (Ala.);10-6-0;204

19;19;Spring Arbor (Mich.);9-3-2;191

20;20;Corban (Ore.);9-2-1;183

21;21;Briar Cliff (Iowa);14-4-2;172

22;22;Milligan (Tenn.);12-3-0;139

23;23;Morningside (Iowa);15-4-1;129

24;24;Rio Grande (Ohio);14-5-0;125

25;25;Westmont (Calif.);7-2-1;113

Receiving Votes: UC Merced (Calif.) 62, Hastings (Neb.) 53, Southwestern Christian (Okla.) 49, WVU Tech 38, Grace (Ind.) 20, Cardinal Stritch (Wis.) 14, Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 13, Reinhardt (Ga.) 10, Ottawa (Ariz.) 4, Missouri Baptist 3, McPherson (Kan.) 3.


NAIA Pre-Season Coaches Poll


1;1;Missouri Baptist [19];26-4;529

2;3;Jamestown (N.D.);30-2;510

3;2;Midland (Neb.);16-19;492

4;6;Park (Mo.);22-4;473

5;4;Dordt (Iowa);18-7;470

6;7;Eastern Oregon;19-2;435

7;8;Concordia (Neb.);18-7;423

8;9;Grand View (Iowa);18-5;412

9;10;Westmont (Calif.);0-0;390

10;5;Northwestern (Iowa);22-5;372

11;11;Central Methodist (Mo.);15-7;360

12;11;Indiana Wesleyan;0-0;333

13;16;Viterbo (Wis.);0-0;312

14;13;Providence (Mont.);22-3;310

15;14;Corban (Ore.);14-5;299

16;15;Marian (Ind.);0-0;277

17;18;Bellevue (Neb.);0-0;271

18;21;Ottawa (Kan.);0-0;224

19;20;Oklahoma City;15-4;196

20;19;Keiser (Fla.);36-2;192

21;17;IU Kokomo (Ind.);24-6;166

22;RV;Madonna (Mich.);14-6;128

23;NR;College of Saint Mary (Neb.);13-10;121

24;24;Bethel (Ind.);0-0;111

25;NR;Southern Oregon;0-0;106

Receiving Votes: Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 104, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) 77, Aquinas (Mich.) 63, Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.) 50, Texas Wesleyan 41, Columbia (Mo.) 37, The Master's (Calif.) 33, Reinhardt (Ga.) 27, McPherson (Kan.) 27, Evangel (Mo.) 21, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.) 19, Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) 14, Cornerstone (Mich.) 9, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) 3.

Wind Surge slams Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. — The Wichita Wind Surge used seven home runs to get past the Tulsa Drillers 10-5 Wednesday in Double-A Central League play in Tulsa.

B.J. Boyd hit two home runs and drove in four RBIs to lead Wichita. Roy Morales, Spencer Steer, Jermaine Palacios, Austin Martin and Trey Cabbage each hit one home run.

Bryan Sammons (3-4) pitched five scoreless innings for the win, striking out five. Alex Phillips pitched the final 2.1 innings for the save.

Landon Knack (1-1) took the loss for Tulsa.

THURSDAY’S GAME — The Wind Surge’s five-game winning streak came to an end with an 11-6 loss to the Drillers. Up 3-0 after four innings, Tulsa scored six runs in the fourth innings and never looked back.

Miguel Vargas drove in three runs for the Drillers. Ryan Noda, Romer Cuadrado and Justin Yurchak each had two hits, including a home run, with two RBIs.

Cabbage, Steer and Leobaldo Cabrera each had a solo shot for Wichita. Morales had three hits.

Zach Willeman (3-2) pitched the win for Tulsa. Chris Vallimont (4-5) took the loss for Wichita.

Wichita is 51-36. Tulsa is 46-41. The series runs through Sunday.

Wednesday’s game



Sammons (W, 3-4), J.Salinas 6, Osnowitz 7, Phillips (S, 1) 7 and C.Hamilton; Knack (L, 1-1), Drury 4, C.Gibbens 7, Ochsenbein 8 and Fedducia. HR — W: Morales (1), Steer (10), Palacios (17), Boyd 2 (9, 10), Martin (1), Cabbage (11). Time — 3:07. Attendance — 4,175.

Thursday’s game



Vallimont (L, 4-5), Sisk 4, Lau 6, Neff 8 and Williams; Grove, Willeman (W, 3-2) 5, Martinson 8 and Fedducia. HR — W: Cabbage (12), Steer (11), Cabrera (3). T: Noda (21), Cuadrado (10), Yurchak (2). Time — 2:57. Attendance — 4,126.